North Central Prairie
Region

North Central Prairie Member Materials

Rally Forms

Intent Forms

Assistant Horse Management Judges

At rallies, competitors are judged on their knowledge and use of safe and workmanlike horse care practices.  NCPR periodically runs training sessions for members interested in serving as Horse Management Assistants at rallies.  In this role, upper level Pony Club members work alongside the Chief Horse Management judge to educate members and look for opportunities to praise safe, neat and workmanlike horse management. To be included in future training sessions, or to be on the HM Assistants team for upcoming rallies, please contact our Regional Horse Management Organizer, Julia Davies at jd@yedwab.net.

Upper Level Testing FAQs

For our members who are preparing for an Upper Level Test (HB, C3, B, H-HM/H/HA, or A)

  • What should I do first?
  • How do I apply?
    • Discuss with your DC/CA your interest in testing at the H-B, C-3, B, H-HM/H/H-A and A level. Review the General Testing Information (you must be logged in) and the specific requirements/information for the level you are interested in.  Check the National Level Test Schedule (you must be logged in) for tests being offered in your area.
    • You will need to submit your application online with your testing fee by the application deadline.  All application deadlines are typically 12 weeks prior to the test to which you are applying. Please refer to the online testing schedule for application deadlines.
    • Your RS will verify? with the National Office that you are a Member in Good Standing and eligible to test. All North Central Prairie Region members must complete an Upper Level Test Intent indicating which test they plan to test, which Upper Level Prep they are planning to attend and which rallies they have/will attend.
    • In order for NCPR members to be recommended for an upper level certification, candidate must attend at least one regional prep clinic specific to the certification sought by the candidate within one calendar year of the test applied for or apply for a waiver from the RS and/or RIC. ??
  • Where do I find info on Upper Level Preps?
    • ?NCPR will offer 2-3 Upper Level Preps in the region each year. Dates, links to paperwork and information on each prep will be posted on the ??Calendar page and the Forms page